Unit 3 Lesson 15 Vocabulary Strategies Multiple

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Multiple Meaning Words
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Part 4: Leveled Practice Page 20
Leveled Practice Page 26
Part 5: Adapted Worksheets
Multiple Meaning Words Worksheets
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Unit 3: Lesson 15
Multiple Meaning
Words
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Part 1: Introduce
Strategy
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additional introduction lesson:
http://kmott.wikispaces.com/Unit+3+L
esson+15+Materials
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Today, we are going to
study multiple meaning
words.
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• A multiple meaning word is
a word that has one
spelling, but more than one
meaning.
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EXAMPLE
WORDS
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
bark
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
pet
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
watch
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
bowl
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
ring
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
boot
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
swing
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
tire
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
scale
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MEANING 1
MEANING 2
row
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Can you think of some
multiple meaning words?
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• To figure out the meaning of a
multiple meaning word, you
must read the entire sentence
and look for context clues.
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LET’S
PRACTICE!
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• Take a look at the multiple
meaning word bat:
1. Bat: the
mammal
(noun)
2. Bat: the tool
(noun)
3. Bat: hit the
ball
(action verb)
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Directions: Read the
sentences and tell which
definition of the word bat
is used.
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The boy gripped the bat tightly
as he waited for the pitch.
Which definition?
1. Bat: the
mammal
(noun)
2. Bat: the tool
(noun)
2
3. Bat: hit the
ball
(action verb)
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I watched the bat fly through
the trees.
Which definition?
1. Bat: the
mammal
(noun)
2. Bat: the tool
(noun)
1
3. Bat: hit the
ball
(action verb)
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I hope I can bat a homerun.
Which definition?
1. Bat: the
mammal
(noun)
2. Bat: the tool
(noun)
3
3. Bat: hit the
ball
(action verb)
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MORE
PRACTICE!
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Click the icon to view the
presentation.
A Multiple Meaning Word
Game
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presentation.
Multiple Meaning Words
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presentation.
Multiple Meaning Words
Grade 4
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REVIEW
GAME!
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Part 2: Projectables
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Projectable 15.5
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Part 3: Guided Practice
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 171.
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Part 4: Independent
Practice
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See Handout; page 20 in
Grab and Go
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See Handout; page 26 in
Grab and Go
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Adapted Practice:
Multiple Meaning Words
Worksheets
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How did you do?
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